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Civil award for Dr Shahbaz, Dr Talat and Dr Ali

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5.1 Shahbaz Malik Sitara i Imtiaz

5.2 Dr Tallat

5.3 Dr-Muhammad-Ali-VC

LAHORE/FAISALABAD: President of Pakistan has approved names of PU Punjabi Department Prof Dr Shahbaz Malik and University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha for Sitara-i-Imtiaz and Govt College University Faisalabad Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Ali for Tamgha-i-Imtiaz.
Dr Shahbaz Malik is the first PhD of Punjabi in Pakistan and he was the student of first batch of Master’s programme in Punjabi in Punjab University. He was awarded with University Medal by Pattiala University, India by winning its worldwide competitive examination of Punjabi Pervashgah Gurmukhi. He was the first degree-holder lecturer of Punjabi in PU and has been teaching there for 27 years. He was the pioneer of Pakistan’s first research journal of Punjabi language “Khoj” and has authored 355 research papers and 35 books. He was appointed Professor Emeritus in PU’s Punjabi Department in 2010. As many as five books have been written on his personality and academic services. He was also awarded with Presidential Pride of Performance Award in 2003.
UVAS VC Dr Talat Naseer Pasha has shown outstanding performance in the field of veterinary science. Prof Pasha was earlier awarded with Best University Teacher Award by the Higher Education Commission Pakistan.
Dr Muhammad Ali, VC GCU-F, has been nominated for Tamgha-i-Imtiaz for his meritorious services in the field of Science and Research. PhD from University of Wales, UK, Dr Ali served BZU for 25 years. In GCU-F he is focusing on infrastructure development for 37,000 students. With total full-time teaching faculty 711 and PhDs 288, which is about 45 per cent of the total, he is trying especially improve the number and promoting research culture in university. The investiture ceremony for the award will take place on Pakistan Day, March 23, 2016. —Staff Report

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